Survey: A third of gay men believe you can’t work as cabin crew if you are HIV positive
11:14 AM — Research from the National AIDS Trust reveals that nearly a third of gay men wrongly believe that if you are living with HIV you would be banned from working as cabin crew.
7th April 2014
Chemsex and gay men: Has the issue been overblown? 16
12:35 PM — PinkNews interviews David Stuart, substance use lead at London’s 56 Dean Street sexual health clinic, on whether chemsex could be increasing HIV transmission among gay and bisexual men.
30th August 2013
Comment: I had unprotected sex and went for PEP, but am shocked by the lack of awareness of it 38
5:32 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk Daniel Carter, reflects on being part-way into a month long course of PEP - Post-Exposure Prophylaxis - and expresses concern at the lack of awareness, particularly within the gay community, of PEP as an option for those possibly exposed to HIV.
21st December 2009
Brighton clinic starts to offer faster HIV tests 1
5:29 PM — Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) in Brighton & Hove has begun to offer a new type of rapid result HIV test at its clinic which can detect the virus just four weeks after the date of infection. Previous tests were only reliable three months after exposure to the virus.